I gave an interview today to UTV radio on the implications of Minister Noonan's announcement of the possibility of extending Ireland's repayments due under the EFSF. The interview is to be broadcast on various local radio stations.
I gave an interview this morning for UTV radio for various local radio stations on NAMA's proposed investment of €2 billion to create 20,000 construction jobs.
I have provided an interview for UTV Radio today on the repayment of €1.5 billion AIB unsecured bonds. The interview can be heard on a number of local radio stations.
I have given an interview to Maria Tracey of the Cork News on the recent GDP figures released by the CSO. I discussed Ireland's economic performance in 2011 and the implications of a contraction in GDP in Q3 and Q4 of 2011. The article can be accessed here.
I have just given an interview to Niamh Kelly on Moody's rating agency's threat to downgrade the UK's AAA bond status. I discussed the implications for Ireland and the EU as a whole on the downgrade of six European economies and the threat of downgrade for three others.
I took part in an interview with Kevin Purcell from UTV radio today in which I discuss the latest meeting of EU Finance Ministers and the restructuring of the Greek Debt. The interview will be broadcast on news shows on a number of local radio stations.
I gave an interview today with UTV radio on the most recent visit by the IMF/EU relating to Ireland's recent budget and the progress being made on reducing the government deficit and achieving the debt targets previously established. The interview will feature on a number of local radio stations around the country.
I have completed an interview for the Cork News newspaper. It focuses on the current Euro crisis and the upcoming budget. The article is available on-line and can be accessed here.
I gave an interview today on UTV radio for various local radio stations. The interview covered the expansion of the EU bailout fund and the implications of the political uncertainty in Greece.
I have given an interview for UTV radio (which will be aired on a number of local radio stations) regarding the potential "accounting error" which would see Ireland's government deficit being overstated by over €3 billion. It outlines the fact that if this is the case it is a once off payment and that at best it may allow the deferral of some cuts for a brief period of time. It also notes that we have other assets, such as the National pension Reserve Scheme which we are holding onto to and not cashing in fully on to meet our budget requirements.
Justin Doran is a Lecturer in Economics, in the Department of Economics, University College Cork, Ireland.